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Montecristo Edmundo

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<< EagleEdmundo Dantes El Conde 109 >>

Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:15 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Semi Boite Nature of 25 cigars

Average user rating

Review #97: I quite like this one, apart from the last 4th of it, it gets a bit bitter. Its not too strong but has a quite easy draw, which balance really well in my opinion. Classic monte taste with the added strength of its 'slightly longer than robusto' size. Overall I enjoy it but I personally prefer the smaller ring montecristos for some reason. - Submitted by Nicos on June 22, 2007

Review #96: First try with this big boy and after trying the Petit Edmundo I was expecting much from the big brother. Very beautiful construction, a draw a bit loose but a good full body. Typical tangy flavor complemented by some leather notes and a shy spicyness. Might need some aging, definitively better with a good alcool after a heavy dinner or lunch but the Petit Edmundo is better IMO. - Submitted by JTS on June 20, 2007

Review #95: Had totally about 10 of this cigars now. Its very difficult to rate it because within this group of 10 I had all variations from heaven to hell. BDs were from 2003-2005, can`t tell which BD were the best and I think the BD is not relevant for the diffrence in quality. If you get a real good one its devinitly in my top 5 range, so I will give them another chance. But for a Monte (pricewise) there is a too big quality-gap. - Submitted by bolibeli on June 13, 2007

Review #94: Good smoke, very creamy chocolate flavors. I prefer this over the No. 2 which exhibits a strong cedar/leather flavor I've yet to grow accustomed to. More flavors greater complexity than the thinner guage No. 3, 4, 5s, etc. Medium to full in strength. - Submitted by mtec on June 8, 2007

Review #93: This is not my usual thorough review. I did a "status check" on how my box of 06 edmundos were smoking, and I was impressed. Initially I found that the draw was a bit too loose for my liking. However, this may be just a reference problem as I have been smoking smaller ring gauge cigars lately. However, this cigar shows a lot of leather, cream, coffee and that wonderfully chewy Montecristo tang. Overall, an enouraging check up. A good starting point for the Edmundo; cannot wait to see what a little more age does. - Submitted by jakebarnes on June 1, 2007

This cigar spans 38 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 [19] 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

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